hope we're still PG13 ;-)
Posted by Janette on May 22, 1998 at 03:35:42:
In response to Bedroom activity in Tilling, written by Isobel on May 21, 1998 at 05:26:25
] When Georgie and Lucia are married I vaguely remember a scene where they find with relief that each of them is opposed to any displays of affection, let alone sex. But Miss Mapp's married life must have been more active - I think she and Major Benjy may actually have shared a room - and doesn't she start knitting baby clothes at some point?...
They actually discuss the ban on pecks, let alone anything else, before they agree to marry - it's in Lucia's Progress. Elizabeth Mapp feigns pregnancy, but she even pretends to Benjy, so it must have been possible.
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